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PAGE EIGHT. ' "Sit
TUESDAY, JULY 22, 1910.
We Will Save You Money in Buying
WHETHER IT BE
Silk, Muslin or Knit
UNDERWEAR THAT YOU WANT
Silk Camisoles ...$1.15 to $1.98
Silk Chemise $2.98 to $3.98
Muslin Gowns $1.79, $1.98 and $2.49
Muslin Envelope Chemise $1.15 to $2.98
Knit Vests 15c, 18c, 25c, 39c, 49c and 98c
Knit Union Suits 79c, 89c, 98c and $1.15
Also full line of Children's Underwear
You should always investigate all lines of our mer
chandise it will surprise you what we will save you.
Mr. ud Mrs. M. L. Meyers made n
-early start this morning to motor to
; Tillamook. In order to arrive before
the heat of the day the start was made
'at 2:30 a. m. After a short visit at
i Tillamook, they will be guests of the
I Br. K- E- Lee Steiner cottage at Sea
Newport fUhlng season, opens;
eod sliced, 15c, and whole fish 12e per
pound; red eod 10c pound. IMti Mar
HiRfiEY COUNTY LAND 'statistics show men
CASE DECISION HOLDS' pmmwoTen;
. ( For ih rear ending Junel919. the!
Jl'nrPmp I nnrt Vichroe I nw. J,irlHn "'. ns a month while
per -r " wtut wu.itui bn for fern
er Judge la Dismissing
Among the list of loii-nlcl :... rum.
ia F. O. degree. Visiting fcreth-ling before the supreme court iiuiing the
ft A. M. special communication!
Wf this week. Tuesday, work m
t. A. degree. Wedneeday work
past week ia that of the state of Oregon
vs. Pacific Livestock Contpanr. anneal
ed from Harney county, Hon. Dalton
Biggs, judge This eese ia of interest
for the reason that it has to do with a
lug tract of state land claimed to have
All Around Town
. . . "
July 23 William Juiiniugt
Bryan rt rhautnuqua, 8 p. ni.
Also Ida M. Tarbell.
July 24, Thursday Czeclio
Rlovnh btind at clinulniiiiia,
July 2!i, Friday Private Pout
talks at Chautauqua.
July 28, Monday 'Chin Chin'
at Grand opera house.
July 30 Wednesday Bancs
at armory given by KlkV lodge.
"I'LL GET HIM YLT'
H of course bt Bishop's.
Try Northern rtour, It's Bear,
rerr sack guaranteed. At you) gro
Get your "lid" now. Keep the sun-
hiiie off ywr head, Bishop's.
' We buy liberty bonds. S14 Masonic
Dr. Mott, Bank of Commerce, 407 8.
Artificial teeth, bsve expert plate
man, with over 33 years experience,
at my offiee. Dr. D. X. Beechlor, den
tist, 80S U. 8. Nat. bank bldg. tf
Homing pigeons liuvo been used suc
cessfully in fight fires in tho Cusesdc
The Men a pool halt is now located at
129 a. Com 'I St. 7 23
O. W. Eyre wUl ship bogs Thursday.
Word was received yesterday of the
arrival in New Vork city of Dr. Sey
mour Skiff. He hiis recently been in
the service in Italy.
Dr. L. B. Springer, dentist, Moore
bldg, corner Court and Liberty.
Phone 114. tf
Have you been Into Bishop's lately?
They gelt Mflllory hats.
Dr. L. B. Springer, dentist, Moore
tldg. eornor Court and Liberty,
t'hone 114. tf
Call Patton Plumbing Co. for your
repair work. Phone 1008, 220 N. Com.
Lieut. E. 3. Solomon of Portland, re
eentlv returned from overseas after 2
miintlis of service, win a isitor at the
supreme court today, lookiag toward
his admission to the Oregon tnr.
0. W. Niemeyer and family hare
been spending a few days at tho beach
iu tho vicinity of Newport.
For first class work call Society
Cleaners and Dyers, 1272 Stats St.
Phone 1084. tf
buy in salem always WHfeep Them Home-
The Slogan of Today and of the Future
Hip by Tvuck
We are the only confectionery In Sa
lem who makes their owa ice cream.
The Spa. 7 23
Dr. Oarl B. loner has opened all
dental office at 510SU C. S. bank
bldg. Phone 341. tf
Our loa cream bricks are put up In
cartons and will keep until you get
home. We earry a full line and a good
assortment. The Spa. 7-21
Fon the third time this month the
government's thermometer Monday reg
istored a maximum temperature of 93.
Kegardleea of how warm one might
have felt Sunday and Monday, offieial
i ly the temperature wa the same, 93
Ice cream, the different kind; we
make our own iee cream and guarantee
lit to ie made of the very best. The
Do you know why our ice cream Is
better than others! because wo make
it and put the choicest of material In
it. The 8pa. 7-23
B. r. Mulkey and L. O. Nichols of
Portland are among the interested eit
iiens und representatives of institu
tions who have gathered at the cajitot
this afternoon for informal conference
with regard to the soldiers and sailors
aid bill. Mr. Nichols is educational di
rector of tho Portland Y. M. C A.
Balem Cigar factory la now making
U Corona" and "Little Salem" ci
gars exactly as tkey were made before
the war. Smoking them remind you of
old times. tf
One of the delivery cars of Waller
Bros, suddenly caught fire yesterday
evening while out on the river road.
The two young men who were driving
Hindu a quick and aafo get away when
the fire was discovered. There wasn't
much left of the car.
. . Among the recent pensions granted
to Oregon applicants is that of Anna
Oood of Sulum, $12 a month, and Mug
dale.ua Unger, Alt. Angel, $25 a month.
MArrlage license were Issued yester
day as follows: Wester leSrt. 51. a
farmer of Silverton and Martha 6char,
u, also or Miiverloii. Also to Joseph
I'liilpolt, 21, a rancher of Canada and
Alma Heryl 'anfield of Halem.
The funeral serrices of Miss Ange-
line Knys will be held Wednesday af
ternoon at 2 o'clock from the chapel of
Webb & Clotigh. Burial will be in the
Odd Fellows cemetery. The services
win tie cominctcd t.y tno kcv. w. o. ppai from Union eounty. Polilion for
ti.fiiiin. luin iMivs whs norn fli now-
tt f.in.l.. i m it-n ...1.
I In the one room schools of the coun-'f
try, the male teachers averaged !8 a
! month while the female averaged only
i(i. m). This aveniire last year for the
women teachers in the one room schools ' I
was one or the lowest m the state.
In buildings of more than one room,
the men teachers have averaged $119
a month while the women averxvnl
The average monthly salary of prin-jf
cipals of buildings of more than onej
room for the past year was $118,, while
for the women it was $9.40.
.- , 1 .
i ..... i uv .riiifp aiiiuini saiiirv or cliv
been conveyed fraudulently. The land superintendents in districts of the first
in question comprised about 14,000 j class in Marion countr is $2040. Salem
acres in the Harney basin. The defend- school district pays its superintendent
ant filed a demurrer to the complaint jof schools $3 000 a year.
onvurious grounds that he waa an in
noceat purchaser and that theie was not
sufficient evidence upon which to base
action. The demurer was overruled. De
fendant thereupon answered with a pen-
eral denial of principal allegations, and "other.
asaca ror dismissal of the suit. The
cases was continued from ono term to
another, until finally the plaintiff ask
ed for dismissal of the case without pre
judice. An order of dismissal was filed
from which the defendant appealed on
ine ground that such dismissal would
work a hardship upon them in that it
left an uncertainty as to the title of
certain lands included iu a first com
plaint but not included in the second
complaint. Justice Bennett, in wilting
the opinion, holds that the embarrass
ment and hardship growing out of such
dismissal would be no greater thuu if
the origiual suit bad not been brought
in tho first place, pointing to the fact
that the embarrassment grew out of the
fact that under the constitution defend
nut cannot bring independent suit
aaiiiust the state to adjudicate his title,
this being a matter for the "legislative
power of the state Hn holds that the
judgment of the lower court should be
From this opinion Justice Burnett
makes an extended dissenting opinion,
in which Justice Benson concurs.
Other opinions handed down toduy
S. J. Frayn, doing business us Retail
ers 'Advertising Association, appellant,
vs. O. U. Pennington, et al, appe,:;-l from
I.ane county; suit alleging bre.nh of
contract. Opinion by Justice Johns.
Judge (I. F. Hkipworth affirmed.
Oscar Fiiruset, administrator substi
tuted for George Hnrenson, dm-n d, vs.
K. T. Mays, appellant, nppoi.1 from
Multnoinuh county; suit to compel con
veyance of an undivided one-third of
lots in riosemont ndditiou, Portland.
Opinion by Justice Benson. Judge Win.
O. E. Fletcher vs. Sophia Fischer, ct
til, nppclliinta, appeal from Multnomah
county; action for recovery of dHiimaea
for breach of contract. Opinion by Jus
tice Benson. Jude Kobert O. Morrow
(race F. Fuller, as administrator of
estate of Walter Fnvncis Fuller, do-i-eiised,
vs. Oregon Washington ltailroad
& Navigation company, appellants, an-
In the county there is one cripple who
cannot attend the public schols, three
feebleminded five bliud and 14 deaf.
Of this number of deaf children, four
come from one family and two from
ell I'raino near I'ratum Suv. 9, lHi3,
and until recently, made her home in
that vicinity. Nie is survived by two
sisters, Mrs. Martha Howard of" Port
land and Mis. Nellie Howard of Eu
gene, and two brothers, Thomas H. B.
Knys and Jack Kays, both of Salem.
Josoph Raster, superintendent of the
new paper mill now in process of con
struction, hns; just purchased through
W, A. Listen the liandsomo residence
property of F. O. Bowersox in Morn-
;..,..;. I.. ...l.r.t:.... ri.: i . . . .
? , ln pp " ld I'ouipnnv M, and was stationed as
of the finest properties in the city, the guard in IParis
consideration heinii $71100. In making '.
thi purchase Mr. Raster not only ex- firianf. T.i,i n.njri.k. . .
lubits his rejiard for Salem as a rrsi-in,,,! .r u .1 ll,,,tri,. orriv.t in
,n, I"""' no, , , m ine inuu-, the eity Baturday niuht after
.i.n.ir ui tfii- r.-i. ,nr, ib.mi r iris
been in the employ of , lie paper c. : i
pany in one capacity or anoiner for a
period of 23 years."
rehearing denied by Chief Jubtice Mc-Brido.
Sergeant Frank Elnn, who has seen
a year and a half of service in France,
rocently received his discharge at
Camp Lewis and returned to Salem.
Sergeant E. N. Bouch, a former Wil
lamette university student who hns re
cently returned from a year and, a half
of service in France, has been visiting
with old friends in the citv. leavinir to
day for Tncoma. lie was a member of
is months service in France. He wss a
member of company M of tho 102d in
fantry. A 63 acre tract on the Pacific hiBb-
, . ... , . ,, . v'xm iiuivH miuin oi uio ciiv nas
.loaded with eiKht young folks ran intolbcen purcJ.ased bv J. W. Hastings
a truck coming to town on the river! from Monroe NVe. The consideration
i'" , i"!1 rl ,hlia"f tejwt the w $.-,ikki. The tract is all cultivated
j end of the paving. The Buick waa. al- , ln,d Mr. Hastings intends to do-
iiiost demolished and the young people j yd, p ,mPt f j, in prunes. The trans-
l'r,'"y "p me roa.l. for nas handled bv W. H. Orabenhorst
At 1 o'clock this morning a Buick,
experience as a lawyer he always felt
a bit of hesiteney in making a state
ment in favor of an innocent client,
for fear that he might prejudice his
cae. But when pleading for a guilty
client he had no compunctions, for he
was certain that he could not make his
case any worse. With this sort of sen
timent in mind he wished to make a
few remarks about the republican par
ty. When Capt.. Jlindlcy came to the
platform he ame back at Bryan with
the remark that in the course of his
long experience in the ministry he
learned to speak with the greatest re
spect of the dead, and ho would like
to make a few remarks about the dem
According to official notice received
at the Buleut ipost office, official holi
days for post office employes are here
after to be as follows: Nw years day,
Washington's birthday iFob. "2, Mein
oriul day May 30, Independence day
July 4, Lafbor dayt first Monday in
Septomber, Thanksgiving day as pro
claimed by the president and Christmas
Postoffiee employes arc entitled to a
racation of 15 days each year, with
no deduction of pay, provided they
have been in the employ of the depart
ment one year.
A telegram received at the Commer
cial club indicates that Senator Mo
Nary is doing all he can to protect the
loganberry juice interests. When the
federated commercial clubs of Mnrion
county met a few days axo, telegrams
were sent to all senators and represent
atives from Oregon, asking them to
work for the removing or reducing the
present tax on fruit juice, and urging
them to support a measure now before
the house for the elimination or reduc
tion of the tnx. This morning a win
wns received from Senator Mc.Nary ns
follows: "Doing everything possible
to relieve loganberry industry fnvm in
jurious tax. Appeared before ways and
means committee of the house of rep
resentatives and urged relief."
Miss Ena Jlessonette and Miss Huth
Rosebaugh of Salem who motored to
Eugene over the week end, left Mon
day morning after visiting with Mss
Bcssxinette's mother, Mrs. C. L. Bes
sonette. Eugene- Ounrd.
President Asked To Send
Troops To Help Kill fires
Portland, Or., July 22. Presdent
Wilson was today asked to send feder
al troops into the forests of tho Pa-i
Shipment of Georgette Crepe and Wash Satin
$3.98 and Up
The August Standard Patterns and Designers have
"Our Prices Always The Lowest" f,
GALE & COMPANY
Coml. & Court Streets Formerly Chicago Store
t COURT HOUSE NEWS
In the suit of William Kennedy
agr.inst J. H. Johnson, L. E. Iumun and
J. A. Brown in which it is alleged tho
defendants cut timber from the plain
tiff's Innd without his consent, for his
reply to the answer of the defendant,
Mr. Kennedy alleges: That A. J. Hin
neman wrongfully eut timber from his
property and that Hiimeuinu had agreed
to pay $2 & thousand for the No. 1 tim
ber and $1 per thousand feet for the
No. 2 timber. That Hinnemnn later sold
his sawmill to the defendants, repre
senting to Mr. Kennedy that he had re
moved 12,000 of tho 50,000 feet lie had
nit. That tho defendants niter being
warned, continued to cut on the plain
tiff's land, and that the plaintiff final
ly engnged a scaler who reported that
tho defendant .had cut 103,999 feet of
White Asks Instructions
On Bulgarian Peace Pact
Paris, July 22. Henry White of the
American peace delegation, it wns
learned today, has cabled President
Wilson asking specific" instructions ns
to whether America should sign tho
peace treaty with Bulgaria. The (i reek
delegation is understood to have ques
tioned why American participation in.
the peace negotiations was necessary if
the Americans were uncertain whether
they would sign flio treary.
The management of tho new Paul.
humus cannery at Albany, Or., is push
ing construction work, hoping to havo it
rendy for tho greet loganberry season
which opens about August 10.
Salem's a Good Place to Trade
Jos. J. Keber, as ndniiulsUutor of the
estate of Elizabeth Trost, received the
approval o fthe county couv and re
leased from further duty. The two
heirs are Mny Augusta Trost, ego 6
years, uud Joseph Trost, age 4 ycais.
Seattle Police Disperse
LW.W. Street Meetin? To
Gaia Support For Soviets
Seattle, Wash., July 22. A meeting
of I. W. W. in the lower end of town
was dispersed by the police last night.
Crowds jammed the intersections bo
fore three radical speakers, who were
alleged to lie spreading treasonable
cine nortnwest to hehi fight the for-1 propacanda. Chief of Police Wnrrcn
est fires of Washington. Idaho audi with l."irt .imtrnlmen tl,l ti Tt
Montana. UvaJ found neces?ary to -charge the
Gcorgo M. Cornwall, editor of the crowd with nnl icf nntnmnlliliia tn ill.
Timberainn, dispatched a telegram to 'perse the meeting.
the presidmit. He said when troops Mnnv ni-sil.s were thrown at the
wero sent into the forests several rears 1 rmUce.'ehic'h- f;i-.':'. !: ! e:i f:.,m a fruit
ago by President Taft to fight fires stand nearby. Several patrolmen were
nirr rt-nooiru ricciiein service, ine struck and sustained bruises. Half a
moor snortage is seriously hampering dozen arrests were, made for resisting
the fire fighters. the police.
We have solved tho
problem of being ef
ficient and discreet.
At all . times we
strive to perform our
lutias in a manner
that meets with p-oroval.
laoemding to an eve witness. The truck
suffered a fmnshed left front wheel.
I broken spring and s fender and front
i light out of commission. No definite
Furniture bought before the rise has now arrived.
You can save Money by Buying this week
Peoples Furniture and Hardware Store
271 N. Commercial St Salem,
Mary Plckford and Charlie Chaplin
.information can be had as to who was! their latest million dollar combination
, driving the cur. but as the truck was pictures. The Pickford picture, which
rullv on its side of the road, the im .a.itain plmed at the Liberty to two
iPression of the truck driver was that; crowded houses last night, takes in the
i ' n:an 1,1 'nr of ' Buick , country along wiih an orphan asvliim.
.was taking too many chances. The coming picture of Chaplin is rural
. . 'i every reject, ns Charlie becomes a
i Mrs, Walter Bpaitidin of Salem and f,.-,, ii,... Ik. i ....:.i.. i
m. Stephen S. Schuchart of Portland I nysidc. "
were the two women who were given I '
flights yesterday and it is understood; Bent upon " saving the country"
that a number of other women are 'So far as the votes of women count
thinking It over all favorably iwlin-'a delegation from the national womsni
e,t. A number of men were also given prty, headed br State Chairman Mrs.
.... u,.ucrsiooi mat tae hnna W. J. Hawkins of Portland, will call
ling of the airplane flights hereafter nM.n Governor Oleott at the capitol to- i
will he so arranged that appointments morrow to urge the callin. of a .ecial
may be made for a certain hour. A num .iull ot th, Pltisia1ure for the our-
bor of men who intend to ride have
been unable to get awny during busi
ness hours, but with evening flights, it
is thought that satisfactory arrange
ments can be made all around.
Sereral years ago when Salem had no
Commercial club, it did have a Salem
Board of Trade, and this institution
had a number of pnstsl cards printed
SiMressrd to the Salem lioard of Trade.
These were sent eut broadcast, with a
dotted line on the back, which prospect
ive settlers were nrged to sign when
they wanted some information. One of
these cards from the middle age, wa
received at the Commercial club this
morning. A won by the name of C. L.
Buffer of Etters. p., nlj cr,.fuliv
preserved the Salem board of trade
catj and us.-d it just a few dars ago
to gather information as to the north-we,.
legislature for the cur-,
pose of ratifying the national siff f rage j
amendment. Included tn the group are ;
Miss Marie Ernst, Mrs. TherklessenJ
Misses Emma and Cora Wold, Miss
Kuth "atlin. Miss Ruhr Sherer, Miss,
licrtrud Talbot and Miss Ethel Grif-J
fith. Two of the western states Colo-j
redo and .Nevada have announced
their intention to hold special sessions,
and California solons hsv expressed j
their willingness to meet without re-1
numeration for this purpose.
TJndoubtsdly Mr. Bryan, when he
takes the platform ia Salem tomorrow
night, will hare a few words to sar
ilh regard In the republican partv.
Apiopoe of this, Cw.. Hindler, in Ill's
address St the tent last night', told of
a chance meeting with Bryan on the
platform at one lunm on tk .;..,.
In the course of h.Ssiwih Mr. Brvan !
The Dress Goods Bargain Week
Oroctri . MfiellniljWii
Dry Ooorto VtC PjTtSffLVStor& fisted So
Ci'rthinaf ' .yiotions.
The last and best chance. To get your goods at before the war prices is offered
July 26 Only
Crepe de Chine, latest, and of all colors
H6-inch taffeta of the best quality '. ;
A"nd uH Colors
The same bargain in all kinds of yard goods. Big clearing sale in bungalow
aprons, khaki dresses and ladies' coveralls. Prices are as follows:
BEST BUNGALOW APRONS , 98c
KHAKI DRESSES $sM
LADIES' COVERALLS $ij98
DONT MISS THIS LAST SHOWING
remarked that ia the course of his long